I really liked how Mr Greenfield began his book by comparing, with specific examples, the conventional farmer to the organic farmer.
The further I read into this book, the more I liked it. There is an interesting juxtaposition between the prologue and the book that was always in the back of my mind and intriguing. The character development is amazing in the beginning, pulling the reader in. I checked my progress once expecting to be about 75% through and was amazed that I was only 15%.
I urge you to read The Glamour Years of Flying as a Stewardess by Heddy Frosell DaPonte. This first person account of a young woman who became a PanAm stewardess is mesmerizing. I happily give it full stars!
This book brings humor to the pharmacy! I unequivocally rate Let Sleeping Pharmacists Lie: tales from pharmacy school and the patients you just don’t forget by Janelle Soong as 5 out of 5 stars. I find this book to be appropriate for all adults and interested young adults.
Bernice Takes A Plunge by Ann Hath is a 5 out of 5 stars, fun, YA detective novel. At least, the main character is a detective-in-training. I can imagine many late elementary and early middle schoolers empathizing with Bernice, and maybe even mimicking her with her notebook on the playground.
Did you succeed at your June goals?
I did fairly well. July has some lofty goals with actual steps, too.
I rate No One Else by M K Tracy as 5 stars. I really enjoyed the story. This is a romance story intertwined with an adult “coming of age” story. I was told once that women really shine once they hit forty, by then they have figured out what they want and take no crap from anyone. This character is a little ahead of her time, but she surely comes into herself.
Book review of Secret Harbor, much like a modern day Catcher In The Rye.
June 2020 Reading Challenge based on Camp Halfblood. Go Team Athena!
Book Review of Dark World: The Faerie Games by Michelle Madow I rate the entire Dark World series as 3 … More